Sturminster Newton is an attractive, small market town in North Dorset, located at a bridging point across a sweeping meander in the river Stour.
Records show that the town, which was included in the Domesday Book, has been chartered to hold fairs and markets since at least the time of Henry III in 1219. Use our website to learn more about the Sturminster Newton mill and museum.
Mill Opening Times
Last weekend in March to end of September
|Mon, Thurs, Sat & Sun
|11:00am - 5:00pm
Entry to the Mill is £5 for adults, £1 for children under 16 and pre-school children are free. Visitors purchasing tickets will be entitled to entry to the Mill during opening hours throughout the year.